An adventure story by the author of "Little Women" and "Jo's Boys".
A story of love at first sight. written from the view points of two young people who meet and fall in love while touring cathedrals in Britain.
Sara Crewe, a pupil at Miss Minchin's School in London, is left in poverty when her father dies, but is later rescued by a mysterious benefactor.
Novel from Mormon teacher Nephi Anderson, considered to be one of the most prominent fiction writers of the "Home Literature" period in Mormon Literature.
The son of a tailor finds a magical lamp, and he uses it to gain the love of a beautiful princess.
A compilation of stories including: "The Sandman," "The Emporer's New Clothes," and "The Little Match Girl."
A magnificent horse shares his experiences of life in Victorian England, particularly the cruel treatment which animals receive by their owners.
A poor maid, attends a fancy ball, and dances with the handsome prince all night long, but in her haste to return before midnight, she leaves behind a glass slipper.
Author William Wells Brown uses the injustices of slavery to demonstrate the destructive effects that it had on the African-American family, most significantly on the so-called tragic mulatto.
After a tornado, Dorothy falls into the Land of Manaboos where she and three newfound friends journey to find the Wizard of Oz with special requests.